Final Fern Instructions

How to Divide Ferns

  It’s October.  Technically its late October, but here in Orem, UT it doesn’t feel like it.  But that’s life along the Wasatch mountain range.  We can have snow as early as September or we can freeze our tomato starts in June.  This fall has been perfect.  The leaves have taken their time changing, and… 

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Free Landscape Island

Free Island Planting Bed Design

Fall is in the air and with the crunchy leaves and pumpkin flavored everything comes clearance sales at nurseries and garden centers!  I’ve spent the past few weekends rotating through my local garden centers scoping out the sales and trying to find items on my must have plant list.  I got lucky last weekend at… 

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Alpine Loop Title Picture

Uintah National Forest & Four Great Residential Evergreen Trees for Your Landscape

  There is something about a rainy Saturday.  Something that makes it easier to not be upset about the long to do list remaining undone.  Something that calls for a large pot of creamy potato soup and freshly baked rolls.  Something that demands a balance between snuggling a four month old baby girl while listening… 

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Four Fantastic Ferns

Fantastic Ferns

One of my favorite ways to add visual interest into a landscape is through texture, and one of my favorite ways to add texture to shade gardens is through the use of ferns.  I adore them because they give off a delicate, frilly vibe.  The above photo was taken in a cemetery in Salzburg, Austria…. 

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